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been in a synagogue. i don't believe in a higher power. but that doesn't make me any less jewish, i don't think. these guys sandbagging me at the wailing wall, they don't seem to think so either. >> only half. >> jewish? >> yes. you jewish. not the first time. see. >> you writer? >> i'm a writer, yes. [ speaking hebrew ] now you bar mitzvah. >> mazel tov. >> mazel tov. thank you, gentlemen. >> i've never felt so much like i'm masquerading like something i'm not. i am instinctively hostile to any kind of devotion. certainty is any enemy. i'm all about doubt, questioning ones self and the nature of reality. when they grabbed hold of me and in a totally nonjudgmental way essentially -- god's happy to have you, here you go. oh, man. my treachery is complete. just because i was raised outside the faith with no particular attachment or loyalty to israel doesn't mean that plenty of people on this earth don't hate me in principle. i know that. but the state of israel, i never really knew what to think. first look around, it's like everybody says -- it's pretty. it's awesome. it's urban. sophist
don't say no solar energy. my barn roof is covered with solar panels. we generate twice as much energy as we use. but the problem is the renewable advocates will first of all try to cut down nuclear so that you have no choice. >> there's no environmental group in the united states which supports nuclear energy. >> well, the leadership of the environmental movement does not support nuclear energy. >> you used to be opposed. >> my first documentary was an anti-nuclear documentary. my last documentary was a loving history of the environmental movement. but i've take then film all over this country to colleges and universities. i'm taking it around the world now. and honestly, anderson, i've had nothing but support -- not nothing but support but overwhelming support for the proposition i put forth in the film from environmentalists. >> michael you've run nuclear power plants. do you think this is the answer to the world's energy crisis? >> it's certainly a very important component of a global energy portfolio. there's no way of getting around that. but my undying support for nuclear power
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